Rajasthan Teacher’s Eligibility Test (RTET) 2012 (Sci. Group)
September 12, 2012 4 Comments
Rajasthan Teacher’s Eligibility Test (RTET) 2012
(Teachers for classes VI to X)
Solved question related to Science subject in RTET exam held on 9th September 2012
(correct answers are highighted in deep saffron color)
|1. Example of fibrous root is
d) Carrot Fibrous root systems consist of many fine hairlike roots that form a thick mat below the surface. These roots
spread out from the bottom of the stem. Fibrous rooted plants are very effective at preventing soil erosion.
Examples of fibrous roots or adventitious roots are roots of grass, wheat, maize and sugarcane.
|2. Communicable disease Cholera is caused by
a) Clostridium tetant
b) Mycobacterium tuberculosis
c) Mycobacterium leprae
d) Vibrio cholerae Cholera is a bacterial disease that affects the intestinal tract. It is caused by a germ called Vibrio cholerae.
|3. Some organisms obtained their food from plants as well as animals. They are called
|4. Penicillin is obtained from
d) Algae Commercial penicillin is made by the pencillium chrysogenum mold which is both a mold and a fungus since
mold is a type of fungi.
|5. The transformation of a larva into adult frog is known as metamorphosis. The metamorphosis is
a) Thyroxine hormone
b) Growth hormone
c) Adrenaline hormone
d) Insuline hormone
|6. Which of the following planets does not have natural satellite?
|7. Who invented LASER?
a) W.K. Roentgen
b) Godfrey Hounsfield
c) Theodore Maiman
d) Albert Einstein
Theodore Maiman, a physicist in the United States, made the first working laser in 1960. He invented the world’s
first laser, known as the “ruby laser” in 1960.
|8. Which of the following metals exists in liquid state at room temperature?
|9. Example of thermosetting plastic is
|10. Polymer of cotton is
|11. “Science is the investigation and interpertation of events or phenomenon that occur in natural
environment and within our own body”.
Above mentioned definition of science is given by
a) Albert Einstein
b) W.C. Dampier
c) J. Jacobson
d) B.S. Bloom
|12. Who established the Indian Parliamentary and Scientific Committee for improvement of Science
a) Jawahar Lal Nehru
b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
c) Indira Gandhi
d) Morarji Desai The Indian Parliamentary and Scientific Committee (IPSC) was set-up in August, 1961 under the chairmanship
of Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri to study the problems of “Science Education in Schools”.
|13. Which of the following methods is used for teaching science in present era of technology?
a) Programmed Instructions
b) Team Teaching
c) Computer Assisted Teaching
d) All of these
|14. Which of the following is related to Psychomotor objective?
Bloom’s Taxonomy divides educational objectives into three “domains”:
i) Cognitive (loosely say knowing/head) – acquisition of knowledge
ii) Affective (loosely say feeling/heart) – identifying, understanding and addressing how people learn.
iii) Psychomotor (loosely say doing/hands) – learning of physical movements Skills in the cognitive domain revolve around knowledge, comprehension, and critical thinking of a particular topic.
Affective objectives typically target the awareness and growth in attitudes, emotion, and feelings.
Psychomotor objectives usually focus on change and/or development in behavior and/or skills. Objectives / tasks that should be focused under these domains are:
Cognitive objectives : Knowledge , Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation
Affective objectives : Receiving, Responding, Valuing, Organizing, Characterizing
Psychomotor objectives : Preception, Set, Guided Response, Mechanism, Complex Overt Response, Adaptation,
|15. Taxonomy of educational aims/objectives is given by
b) B.S. Bloom
c) Robert Meger
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